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. that's the first thing. second thing is, we got snow in new york city coming down right now. light snow reported. a camera from a ban of snow up into southwest connecticut that could rotate down right over new york city and produce heavier area of snow. the national weather service in new york has upgraded that area to a winter weather advisory. one to three inches on the grassy areas and in some of the building tops is not out of the question here. in trenton, we've got a mixture of sleet and snow, nothing heavy at the present time but the radar is showing some very intense snow up across connecticut. near hartford, bristol, waterbury, those areas have accumulating snow. i've seen pictures on the interstate where it is accumulating on the roads. the is intensity of the snow is key, andrea. wherever it falls whether philadelphia, new york, hoboken, hartford, if it comes down fast enough, for a long enough period of time, there are going to be problems on the roads and there are going to be additional power outages. back to you. >> jim c much for the warnings, i think. say it isn't so. >
the region. police cars in new york city patrolled low-lying neighborhoods, urging people to evacuate again. the approaching nor'easter brought a wintry mix of cold and snow and possibly, minor flooding in already damaged coastal areas. new york mayor michael bloomberg: >> we haven't and won't order the kind of large scale evacuation we ordered in advance of hurricane sandy but if you are experiencing significant flooding during sandy you should consider taking shelter with friends and family at a safer spot or using one of the city's storm center shelters. >> sreenivasan: in new jersey, thousands of storm-weary people braced for their brush with the new storm, even as cleanup efforts continued from "sandy". governor chris christie suggested it was a little like the biblical plagues. >> when i finally got that final kind of, forecast that i got last night, i said i'm waiting for the locusts and pestilence next, you know. >> sreenivasan: the storm could also bring wind gusts of 65 miles an hour-- bedeviling efforts to restore power to more than 600,000 customers still in the dark in new jers
of the jackpot areas. you could see some of the highest totals. up to new york city now gets reports of snow mixing with the rain. even reports of sleet. lots of areas outside new york city are going to get significant snow out of this. breaking out over much of coastal connecticut. so how much snow are we talking about? the possibility of three to six inches. if not a little more to the east side of philly. even new york city outside the city could see up to four inches. and the other big impact is going to be the winds. they're already gusting 40 to 50. and the peak of the storm up to 70 miles an hour. a lot of people are going to lose power in this region after they just got it back on from sandy. >> and certain people still don't have it. this is insult to injury. bill kairns, thank you. >>> coming up next, the grand outdated party? a new acronym for the gop. i'm joined in the spin room to talk about that. keep it locked into msnbc, the place for politics. one. two. three. my credit card rewards are easy to remember. with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card, i earn 1% cash back ev
beginning to pick up, gusting now to new york city at 32. at the peak of the storm, we expect wind gusts anywhere from 50 to 70 miles per hour. that will be this afternoon into early this evening, especially over long island and coastal sections of new jersey. a lot of people just got their power back on. now we'll have additional power outages on top of that. we'll even get snow with this storm. some areas that haven't seen any snow. the snowfall amounts very impressive, especially northern portions of delaware around the philadelphia area and especially new jersey. the same locations that had the devastation and you saw the destruction of their homes, now we're looking at getting a coating of a couple inches of snow on top of damaged property. not what anyone needed in this will het through the inner mountain west and northern rockies with a snowstorm in the days ahead. >>> lynn, the west has enjoyed beautiful weather as of late. that all changes. a little flip of our weather pattern over the next couple days. >> we'll check back with you in just a little bit. >>> coming up, the world
's willie -- in rockefeller center here in new york city in front of a great, very awake studio audience. they're wide awake. what's wrong with you people? >> what's wrong with you people? >> have you been up all night? >> unbelievable. >> all right. well, there's just a little news to report this morning. president obama has won a second term in the white house. >> what? you're kidding me. >> this is huge. go ahead. >> around 11:15 last night, the networks put the biggest swing state of the election, ohio, in the president's column. pushing him over the 270 electoral vote threshold. and at this hour, the president has 303 electoral college votes to mitt romney's 206. florida, and my friends, my mustache-loving friends, this is important. florida is the only swing state yet to be called. >> oh, god. he's texting me right now. >> axelrod's texting u ining us now. >> this is what he says. >> if romney loses florida and north carolina. what's he saying? >> he says a deal's a deal. >> a deal's a deal. >> and that he can't do the show today. he wants to come in thursday when florida will be i
in hartford. 33 degrees here in new york city. that's why we're seeing snow instead of rain. in philadelphia it's flop flopping back and forth between cold rain and snow. connecticut, rhode island, massachusetts, especially down in new york city, and new jersey, the last state that needs any sort of additional problems right now, is dealing with more snowfall. we are going to see the snow continue to affect us throughout the rest of the afternoon. it's going to make a mess of the evening commute. not that it's sticking so much on the roadways because they have been fairly warm, but a little bit of slush really makes a mess of any evening commute. as we go into tonight, later this evening we have a high tide. we could see a 1 to 3-foot storm surge, which will create more coastal flooding, especially in new jersey where there isn't a lot of protection because that's been wiped away. tonight we'll see the transition from snow over to rain. inland areas, especially across inland new england and inland new jersey we could end up with several inches of snow. we already have 1 1/2 inches of snow in
and expect a slow ride home, and of course, again, across new york city we are already crippled with our transit system, so this is going to be a long haul. the next 24 to 36 hours. rain heavy at times. wind gusts, sometimes exceeding 65 miles per hour depending how far inland the storm moves in. heavy snow for the interior and mountains. that could change, jon. one of the har december things to forecast is the no totals. they could go up or down. the one thing is for certain the area is so vulnerable and we'll see more reports of power outages. i talked to my husband they are core dong off some of the trees in the neighborhood because they think they are going to come down with this storm system. it's awful. jon: so many problems, people without power already and more to come it sounds like. >> reporter: we'll try to keep you up to date as best as we can. jon: janice dean thank you. jenna: the president with a host of foreign policy challenges ahead of him in his second term from the crisis in syria and fears that could spread elsewhere in the mideast to the race to stop iran from getti
a difference. we saw them go out into the wet, cold, rainy night in new york city and around this region. hurricane sandy survivors living there cold, dark comes in going out into the cold, dark streets to cas ballot. what happens now is that we hold those hopes and dreams precious, and force our politicians to live up to the extraordinary courage and organizing bravery and smarts that people showed last night. >> i want to play a comment made by bill o'reilly being interviewed on fox news last night. >> so what is your sense of the evening? you look at the exit polls -- >> if mitt romney loses inhio , the president is reelected. >> how do you think we got to that point? president obama's approval ratings were so low, and this is a hypothetical, we do not even know who is winning never mind who won, but how do you think it got this tide? but the demographics are changing. it is not a traditional america anymore. there are 50% of the voting public who want stuff. they want things. who was going to give them things? president obama. he knows it and he ran on it. whereby 20 years ago, presi
can not to endorse the president largely on that issue. the freak storm ravaged new york city. when storms like that happen, it does help consensus. i do not think that will be at the top of the agenda. immigration reform is probably more of the momentum behind that. >> there are two issues that have changed dramatically, 180 degrees. one is gay rights. this country went to a much broader acceptance of gay rights and gay marriage. just stunning. part is a democratic shift. the other is a climate change. there was a big movement among evangelicals to save the lord's earth, to save the greatest gift we were given. it made a lot of sense with the far right's agenda. it has been turned into the exact opposite. climate change is happening and it is partially caused by human kind. that is happening just a few years after both parties in a pretty wide degree that something had to be done for different reasons. stunning. >> somebody was compiling the best tweets of the campaign. "i agree with the scientific consensus on global warming. call me crazy." that's where things were. there could b
twitter. abc 7 news bay area. our next abc 7 news >> announcer: live from times square in new york city, election night 2012. here again, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >>> and we are seeing the electric jumbotrons. and it's been an electric night here back in the crossroads of the world, times square. and as we know, a presidential election underway that will decide so much for american families. from taxes to health care, as we said, george, from war to the future of this country. and right now, we are learning more about each of the states. particularly those states that we have not yet projected that are key. >> big battleground states. we're watching them closely. let's start with florida right now. 81% of the vote is in right now. it's divided right down the middle. 50/50. it looks like it's about 500 votes separating governor romney from president obama right now. i want go to jon karl, you're digging into the state right now seeing where the vote comes in. what does that tell you? >> i'm seeing real problems for mitt romney. take a look at where the florida vote is comi
, the republican, defeating bob kerry, the senator who came all the way back to his home state from new york city and he was portrayed as a carpetbagger. >> ifill: he was not expected to win but reinclosed the gap. gap. i bet we can find out more b going to jeff brown. >> brown: i bet we can. let's start with nebraska. >> deb fish ser from the northern part the state and she won a surprise primary, where you had two well-known candidates running against each other and surprised everybody and and won in part because of the sarah palin endorsement. people didn't give her much of a chance against bob kerry, particularly because he had been living in new york for so long. this is aery conrvatve state, and the anti-obama vote was going to come out fairly strong there. it's not a huge surprise but it's one the democrats had hope for. >> brown: you had a national figure in bob kerry. >> and in the last week or so, the democrats said the race has tightened. deb fisher, when i interviewed her, nobody thought she would be the nominee. but she was personable, and articulate. >> she's a farmer not an artist.
. but in-- there's no way we can live here-- in the house at this time now.ai >> back in new york city, mayor bloomberg warned even mild flooding from the approaching storm could prove greater dangers than normal. >> places that didn't before have a problem with two and a half to four and a half-feet surge might very well this time. >> meanwhile, shortages of gasoline continue. although, officials said they were gradually easing. >> woodruff: that was was of harry srveensan. the we have the latest sign of a housing recovery. the increase was the largest since july 2006. and election day found wall streetnia smood to buy. >> in iraq, 33 people died in a suicide car bombing north of baghdad. nearly 60 others were wounded. the attacker blew up his vehicle near an iraqi military base. most of the victims were iraqi soldiers. there was no immediate claim of responsibility. and the classical composer and pulitzer prize winner elliot carter died on monday at his home in new york city. carter was known for his rhythmically complicated works using american and european modernist traditions. the
'll finish. i got a chance to take the kids, i see the book. i got a chance to take the kids to new york city. and we got on a bus and we were having a trip. so all the sudden, it was not only new york city, we were going to see "west side story" and go to my friend's restaurant pat sei's on 56th and eighth. i'm going it take the doidz the fancy italian restaurant and west side story. and so people started, you know, like teachers, you know, wanted to be chap roans. they wanted to be -- [laughter] so and of course, you know, okay. it was like by the time we had -- i think it was three students to one teacher. but anyway, okay. but anyway, i got -- miss carol wanted to come on the trip. the principal wanted to come on the trip. i go to the class, and they were all we're going new york! aye! listen, you know, who is going with us? most of us. everybody on a couple of others. couple of others. boy, i want you to know miss cirl wants to go on the trip. no! not the principal. we'll never have any fun! i said, okay, you know, it's a perfect chance and opportunity to teach you a life lesson that wil
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